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The tech giant has opened outposts across America, so it has access to more lawmakers it can try to influence amid concerns about its growth.
“This is a positive step and may be the first thing this EPA has done that will actually reduce air pollution,” said one environmental advocate.
Dion Cini said he was banned after waving two separate pro-Trump banners on rides at Walt Disney World Resort.
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In Seattle and San Francisco, tech campuses have largely benefited the wealthy, often displacing working-class black and Latino communities.
The government said in a lawsuit that the companies had illegally shared ad sales data in violation of antitrust law.
Amazon is bringing roughly 50,000 jobs and $5 billion in investments to New York and Northern Virginia. But winning the grand prize also comes with some drawbacks.
Retail giant draws criticism for settling on the most obvious cities after its year-long search
Although the investigation “did not find evidence to corroborate” the allegations against Binny Bansal, it did shed light on the former chief executive’s lapses in judgment, Walmart said.
There's a petition circulating.
The bank has said it will open its first six branches in the Greater Washington Area and hire 80 employees by year-end.
One lawyer called it a 'minimal gesture' for a company to show it is committed to preventing sexual harassment
The Nasdaq, which has been in a pressure cooker for weeks, fell another 2.8 percent, dragging down the broader market.
Facebook will invite French regulators to study its approach to combating hate speech online, marking the latest attempt by governments around the world to figure out ways to thwart toxic content from spreading.
In a tweet, the president characterized what’s coming as “Presidential Harassment by the Dems.”
About a million Americans live full-time in RVs. Many say this modern nomadic lifestyle has improved their marriages and made them much happier.
Researchers say technology will reshape nightlife.
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